"...a class of people large enough to constitute a population majority—as women did—could not feasibly be “oppressed..."
Back in June, the US Supreme Court ruled that the female employees who faced sexual discrimination from Wal Mart couldn't legally sue the company as a class. Now, the plaintiffs are regrouping and have mounted a new lawsuit against ... Read Post
Justices said that individual cases could continue, but the Supreme Court threw out the class action discrimination suit against Wal Mart. Read Post
Following this week’s Supreme Court Wal Mart decision which dealt a blow to women’s equal pay protection, a House Democrat wants to try once more to enshrine gender protection in the U.S. Constitution. Rep. Lynn Woolsey of Californi... Read Post